VADA (VLSI Algorithmic Design Automation)
Department of Electrical
Lecturer: Prof. Jun-Dong Cho Email: email@example.com , Room 21203A, Office:031-290-7127, H.P:018-332-7127
Office hours: After class or by appointments.
TA: Seung Hoon Lee, Room 21119 (tel: 7127)
Prerequisite: Some interests in Digital system design using VHDL is preferrable.
Homework: Notes and Homeworks are available in the web page and due in class.
A . Project-oriented model: 10% project proposal+ 20% final project report (no late project) + 60% final exam(Solution) + 10% H.W (including the number of class absences)
B . Exam-oriented model: 90% final exam(Solution) + 10% H.W (including the number of class absences)
This course aims to convey a knowledge
of basic concepts of logic design and design automation for digital LSI and
VLSI components. Boolean algebra, combinatorial circuits including arithmetic
circuits and regular structures, sequential circuits including
finite-state-machines, use of programmable logic devices. Simulation and
high-level specification techniques are emphasized. Emphasis is also on the
logic design, optimization of either very high
speed, high density or low power logic circuits for use in applications such
as micro-processors, signal and multimedia processors, memory and periphery.
Digital Logic Design Experiments: Design Practices
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